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Police & Fire
The Prince George's Sheriff's Office remember two fallen deputies on the 10th anniversary of their deaths.
A judge ruled Thursday that Neil Prescott, the man who reportedly threatened co-workers in Prince George's County, will now be monitored by GPS.
Among the eight deaths, a 17-year-old girl slain in her bedroom and an 18-year-old found in the street.
Police say the suspect implied he had a gun after shopping for several minutes.
Bruce May said what he did was 'very, very stupid."
Two schools in Ellicott City locked their doors briefly Wednesday, police said.
Adrian Morris, 23, of Laurel was honored Tuesday when the Prince George's County Police Department posthumously promoted him to Police Officer First Class.
Police & Fire, Local Connections
New Memorial remembers Sergeant James Arnaud and Deputy First Class Elizabeth Magruder.
Cause of Lanham man's death unknown; police continue to investigate.
A robbery occurred Monday night on Laurel Fort Meade Road.
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